Cables

Cables connect test and measurement devices to other NI and third-party hardware accessories or to individual header pins. They range from multipurpose coaxial cables to device-specific cables, all with industry-standard connector types to fit your system.

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  • Connects to DAQ devices and modules, terminal blocks, bare wires, or other accessories.
  • Connects high-speed digital I/O, multifunction DAQ, and FlexRIO devices directly to individual header pins or other accessories.
  • Connects NI high-speed, LVDS digital instruments to other NI accessories, Infiniband interfaces, or directly to individual header pins.
  • Connects to the small form-factor pluggable (SFP) or quad small form-factor pluggable (QSFP) ports on hardware devices and instruments.
  • Connects your system to GPIB devices or interfaces for instrument control applications in different environments, from the laboratory to the factory floor.
  • Connects your system to high-speed GPIB extender devices.
  • Connects devices to test and measurement systems using RS232 and RS485 serial ports.
  • Connects CAN and LIN interfaces to devices, breakout boxes, and accessories.
  • Connects FlexRay interfaces to devices, breakout boxes, other interfaces, and accessories.
  • Connects multisignal DIO connectors on RF and FlexRIO devices to other NI devices or accessories such as the SCB-8 breakout connector.
  • Connects measurement and signal generation devices. Model options include industry-standard coaxial connector types including BNC, SMA, SMB, and MCX.
  • Connects digital I/O devices, latching DAQ PCMCIA cards, or RTSI bus connectors on measurement, vision, motion, and CAN boards.
  • Connects sensors to PXI, CompactDAQ, or CompactRIO modules for data acquisition and signal conditioning of dynamic strain, load, and pressure measurements.
  • Connects your system to PXI Source Measure Units and other devices that have a triaxial connector.
  • Connects a PXI or PXI Express system with a PXI Remote Control Module installed to a variety of host interfaces so you can remotely control systems.
  • Connects computer hardware to digital display devices.
  • Connects any USB DAQ device to the USB port of your computer.
  • Connects to any Thunderbolt™-enabled port.
  • Connects devices together across a local area network.
  • Connects Automotive Ethernet interfaces to ECUs, devices, switches, and accessories.
  • Provides connectivity for controlling or transferring image-based data between two devices.